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Vape/Analog Friendly Airports

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  1. PTJD

    PTJD Vaping At FL370 Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 20, 2008
    Malaga, Spain
    OK, thought I would start a thread about Vape/Analog friendly airports throughout the world.
    I personally vape (discreetly without flaunting) at all airports but do from time to time imbibe on a analog and know some of you only vape in smoke friendly areas.
    The airports I list are ones I have actually been to but may not have visited in a few years, so if anyone has been recently and the rules have changed let me know. Also please post your list.
    Vape/Analog Friendly:
    (OKC) Oklahoma City: One smoking room
    (DEN) Denver: One Smoking Bar in each concourse must pay for a drink.
    (FRA) Frankfurt: Smoking room/Kiosks
    (IAD) Dulles Washington DC: B, C and D gates
    (CVG) Cincinnati-N Kentucky: Terminal 2 & 3 and concourse A & B
    (ATL) Atlanta: Smoking rooms most terminals
    (NRT) Narita Tokyo: Smoking Rooms all terminals
    (HND) Haneda Tokyo: Has great smoking rooms.
    (ICN) Incheon Seoul: Main terminal 4 rooms, concourse building 2 rooms
    (HKG) Hong Kong: All terminals
    (CPH) Copenhagen: Rooms/Kiosks but I think they went non-smoking this year Confirmed non-analog now
    (AMS) Amsterdam: Went non-smoking but due to demand reinstalled kiosks
    (DFW) Dallas Fort Worth: One room in International First Class lounge
    (TPE) Taipei: Smoking rooms
    (KUL) Kuala-Lumpur: Smoking room
    (SIN) Singapore: Outdoor veranda Terminal 2
    (DEL) New Delhi: Smoking area
    (MBJ) Montego Bay: One free smoking room, Bars
    (EZE) Buenos Aires: Smoking rooms & area
    (PEK) Beijing: Smoking rooms all closed as of May 1st 2011
    (PVG) Shanghai: Smoking rooms
    (GUM) Guam: Used to have smoking areas, 5 years ago
    (SPN) Saipan: Same as Guam
    (BKK) Bangkok: Smoking rooms
    (AKL) Auckland: 2nd level International terminal
    (TLV) Tel-Aviv: 2 rooms at end of corridor B & D
    (VIE) Vienna one at arrival, one at Gates B (near Gate 30ish) and the last one at Gates C, near Starbucks.
    (TXL) Berlin: Very nice smoking room in Senators lounge
    (ARN) Stockholm: Schengen 1 room between gates 3 & 5, Non-Schengen 1 room by gate F66
    (SLC) Salt Lake City: Smoking rooms on every Concourse.

    Adding more airports from posters.
    (PIK) Prestwick: Outdoor Airside
    (EMA) East Midlands: Outdoor Airside
    (JHB) Johannesburg: International Terminal Bar area
    (STL) St Louis: Went Non-smoking
    (BTR) Baton Rouge: Smoking room with bar access.
    (TPA) Tampa: Outside access airside.
    (KWI) Kuwait: Posted areas
    (Amm) Amman: Smoking Areas
    (DXB) Dubai: Smoking areas
    (MIA) Miami: Smoking court yard AA Terminal
    (FRU) Bishkek: Smoking everywhere.
    (KEF) Keflavik Iceland: Semi Outdoor Behind duty free.
    (LJU) Ljubljana - smoking huts
    (SKP) Skopje - smoking area in lounge (check-in area), no smoking past security
    (PRN) Pristina - smoking room in gate area
    (DUS) Düsseldorf: smoker lounge at Gates C
    (Man) Manchester: Smoking room T 2
    (ZRH) Zurich - Nice and clean smoking lounges at every terminal close to the gates and even at the arrival zone in concourse E
    (GVA) Geneva: Smoking rooms
    (NGO) Nagoya- Lounges
    (MNL) Manila - Lounges
    (BAH) Bahrain- Smoking Room By Duty free.
    (DTW) Detroit- Fox Sports Bar
    (MAD) Madrid: All smoking rooms closed this year.
    (MUC) Munich: Many smoking Kiosks and rooms.
    (MHT) Manchester-Boston Regional: Smoking Room in Terminal.
    (CPT) Cape Town, South Africa: Smoking lounge/bar downstairs in departure hall.
    (WDH) Windhoek, Namibia: Large smoking area in departure hall.
    (LAD) Luanda, Angola: Smoking room upstairs in departure area, behind restaurant.
    (SDD) Lubango, Angola: Informal smoking area between bar and toilets.
    (BCN) Barcelona: New Terminal 1 courtyard for smokers, Terminal 2 still non-smoking.
    (AUA) Aruba: Bar to smoke in with purchase.
    (HAM) Hamburg: Has smoking huts in the terminal
    (MLA) Malta: Has several smoking rooms
    (DUB) Dublin: Has a bar upstairs with an outdoor patio to smoke
    (ATH) Athens: Confirmed Smoking room on Arrival. Not confirmed for Departure.
  2. spradling

    spradling Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Mar 4, 2009
    Montevideo, Uruguay
    EZE also has a corner in one of the corridors were you can smoke.
  3. SpaceCadet

    SpaceCadet Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 10, 2009
    For the UK lot, both Prestwick and East Midlands have outdoor areas after security - a luxury most airports over here don't have!

    Amsterdam is proof that a national smoking ban can have exceptions where air travel is concerned :)
  4. Wildsky

    Wildsky Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 9, 2009
    Johannesburg (JHB - I think)airport has a smoking bar area in the international terminal. The domestic terminal does not. (but I vaped in both)

    Cape town airport does NOT have any area to smoke. (vaped discreetly)

    Dakar (senegal) no smoking area's that I found.

    Omaha has no smoking area's either (none that I have found - vaped discreetly)

    San Diego has no smoking area's (vaped discreetly)

    PTJD - can you update/edit your first post to add so folks can get all the info in the first post of the thread?
  5. PTJD

    PTJD Vaping At FL370 Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 20, 2008
    Malaga, Spain
    Will do, I can still edit.
  6. zagleft1

    zagleft1 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 16, 2008
    STL St Louis, MO Smoking lounge on each concourse
  7. PTJD

    PTJD Vaping At FL370 Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 20, 2008
    Malaga, Spain
    Even the SouthWest terminal?
  8. Caesarea

    Caesarea Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 12, 2009
    East Midlands area is a nasty gibbon cage with zero comfort.
    Just my opinion.

  9. DMacRae

    DMacRae Senior Member ECF Veteran

  10. PTJD

    PTJD Vaping At FL370 Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 20, 2008
    Malaga, Spain
    Thanks, but its a old list, BCN Barcelona is totally non-smoking, LAX Los Angeles will not allow smoking on the outdoor terrace anymore, LHR London Heathrow is non-smoking and CPH Copenhagen went non smoking .
  11. traveler49

    traveler49 Full Member

    Apr 24, 2009
    Checked with the flight attendants at Southwest airlines the other day about smoking my ecig on the plane. The said they would prefer me not to smoke it in my seat but said I could come to the back by the bathrooms and puff away. So i did, got some strange looks from the passengers in the back but the flight attendants thought it was cool.
  12. Wildsky

    Wildsky Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 9, 2009
    :D Now that is totally awesome news, I wonder if any flight attendants were smokers on that flight!
  13. zagleft1

    zagleft1 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 16, 2008

    Yep- I was in it just 2 days ago! :D
  14. taterbug

    taterbug New Member

    Apr 26, 2009
    Guess I'll have to switch to Southwest. American has it posted on their website that e-cigarettes cannot be used on the aircraft because it interferes with their navigation system. What a bunch of bunk!
  15. Jim Davis

    Jim Davis Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Here's a good one for ya'all
    Indianapolis, IN. - No smoking on airport property. Cops will even stop you while driving on access, entrance, and exit roads if you're smoking in your own car. $50.00 fine.
  16. SpaceCadet

    SpaceCadet Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 10, 2009
    Well done Indianapolis for alienating cig-lovin' travelers! That sucks.

    It occurred to me that Newark Terminal C, while fully non-smoking inside, is easy to 'escape' from past security (where all the bars are) and get outside and back in pretty quickly using the least busy security checkpoint, by gates 70-99. There's a door to a partially-covered smoking area, usually inhabited mainly by TSA and Continental staff, close to the bit where you 'escape'. Last time, I made it from ciggie to gate in 5 minutes! I've done this jaunt many times, and only once got ticked off for having 3 or 4 TSA signatures on my boarding pass already! I keep the laces on my shoes loosened to speed thing up too :)
  17. ritalee76

    ritalee76 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 6, 2009
    Baton Rouge, LA
    Baton Rouge, LA

    Big smoking room - has a little window where you can get your drink on while in the smoking room. Smells terrible.
  18. popsec

    popsec Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Apr 19, 2009
    Tampa,Fl airport....outside wire "cages" so you don't have to go back through security for a cig
  19. PTJD

    PTJD Vaping At FL370 Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 20, 2008
    Malaga, Spain
    Updated first page.
    TLV TelAviv: 2 rooms concourse B & D
    TXL Berlin: Senators lounge
    Vie Vienna: 2 nasty smoking rooms
    ARN Stockholm: 2 rooms
  20. OutWest

    OutWest Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Feb 8, 2009
    Oklahoma USA
    Dont know if it's still there (it's been 3 or 4 years since I flew through Phoenix), but British Airways used to have a smoking lounge inside the Phoenix airport.
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